Al Roker’s daughter delivered the heartbreaking announcement.

Al Roker and his family have had a difficult few weeks, as the celebrity has been hospitalized with blood clots that have spread to his lungs. Throughout this journey, his family has been by his side.

According to reports on Wednesday, the well-liked celebrity was able to return to his home for the Thanksgiving holiday, but he had to be transported back to the hospital in an ambulance the next day.

Following the release of her father’s news by Page Six and other media sites, Al’s youngest daughter, Leila, turned to Instagram to deliver an emotional update on the previous month’s events.

“November photo dump – the parts of this month that were actually wonderful,” she captioned a series of upbeat images. One of the photographs showed her with Al, her mother, Deborah Roberts, her brother Nick, and her sister Courtney.

After checking in on her father, fans sent the following comments: “Hope your dad is feeling and doing well,” and a second said, “Love to you!” and a third person added, “Praying for many good moments, as well as prayers for your family and your father.”

The Today show’s popular host has been gone from the show for several weeks due to health issues; nevertheless, he returned to his home on Thursday, November 24, just in time to celebrate the holidays with his loved ones.

According to Page Six, he was returned to the hospital via ambulance less than 24 hours after being discharged. Regardless, he did not return to his hosting duties the same week, nor will he return to his duties the following week.

Deborah, the couple’s wife, was alleged to have swiftly followed her husband’s ambulance back to the hospital from their Upper East Side home.

Despite the fact that Al keeps his Instagram page active by delivering daily updates to his followers about his life, his most recent post was almost a week ago.

Deborah shared an update on Facebook, along with a photo taken from what appeared to be a hospital ward, of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree being lit on TV.